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ATI pharmacology

I have seen threads on here about ATI pharmacology flashcards that I was thinking of studying from, but does anyone have any other advice on how to pass pharmacology with a level 2 or higher? The flashcards that I have found are a few years old.

I take the test next week. If I pass with a level 2 or higher, I pass the class

Thx!!

For people that have recently take this exam, what was your individual score compared to national average? Did you achieve a level 2 or higher?

Just curious, what kinds of changes do you think have come into effect in the ~7 years since I made those cards?

Diuretics are still diuretics, and furosemide and hydrochlorothiazide are still the most commonly used. I'm not sure if Bumex was in the ATI book at that time.

Abx are still essentially unchanged... vanco, gent, rocephin, levaquin, cefepime, and flagyl still represent probably >90% of those used

Beta-blockers are still just what they were.

Same with Ca-channel blockers.

And on and on and on.

Are there new drugs out? Of course. The vast majority of drugs and drug classes are just what they were.

If you master my card sets, and test accordingly, I'd be amazed if you didn't make the top tier.

Were I in your shoes, I'd take my card sets and review your ATI book to see what other drugs or classes might have been added and then use my cards as templates to create your own.

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In reviewing your post, I see that your test is just a few days away. Therefore, I would spend no more time *searching* for materials to study but rather invest every bit of time in *doing* the studying, using my cards just as they are... over and over and over.

I have been going over your drug cards, thanks again. It just worries me because out of the 100 students that have taken this proctored exam just this week, only 3 people have passed. Im worried that our school did not prep us enough for this exam and we are all doomed.

Did not pass ati first time around and everyone at my school, except 3 people, have to retake. Your drug cards did help, but i feel therecwere questions on this test that fid not pertsin to me. Ex titrating drugs, chemo drugs (which i did not learn in pharm)..etc

There are always going to be questions that have material that you've never seen but if you study diligently, you should be able to get a passing mark.

My program was simply proctored self-study. The instructor's only role was to answer questions; we were responsible for learning the material on our own. It can be done.

I studied your flashcards & had no problem passing the ATI this past week!!

Just curious, what kinds of changes do you think have come into effect in the ~7 years since I made those cards?

Diuretics are still diuretics, and furosemide and hydrochlorothiazide are still the most commonly used. I'm not sure if Bumex was in the ATI book at that time.

Abx are still essentially unchanged... vanco, gent, rocephin, levaquin, cefepime, and flagyl still represent probably >90% of those used

Beta-blockers are still just what they were.

Same with Ca-channel blockers.

And on and on and on.

Are there new drugs out? Of course. The vast majority of drugs and drug classes are just what they were.

If you master my card sets, and test accordingly, I'd be amazed if you didn't make the top tier.

Were I in your shoes, I'd take my card sets and review your ATI book to see what other drugs or classes might have been added and then use my cards as templates to create your own.

.

~~~~~

In reviewing your post, I see that your test is just a few days away. Therefore, I would spend no more time *searching* for materials to study but rather invest every bit of time in *doing* the studying, using my cards just as they are... over and over and over.[/ where do I find the flash cars

Hello where are these flash cards

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